The Booksmith bookstore at 1644 Haight will host a local journalism community panel discussion on August 9th at 7:30 PM. Check it:
“This evening we bring some key players in public-interest reporting to The Booksmith to discuss the emerging models which will compete [is compete really an ambitransitive verb?] and compliment the incumbents [nice digital press you have there, Chron baby!] bringing us Bay Area news.”
All right. I don’t know, if you look at the numbers it’s hard to say how “techtonic” a shift we’ve experienced yet, but oh well. I understand the Chronicle’s business model, I think, IMO, they’re on a sustainable journey (though some might disagree).
Anyway, the price is right for this joint – get there early, as these kinds of BookSmith events fill up early.
See you there!
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